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with the wind of course. taking a look with the michael & son weather camera. it's 40-degrees and the dew point is 19. a cold and dry atmosphere and that windchill, the winds out of the west northwest at 20 right now that's giving us a windchill in the low 20s so it doesn't feel like 40 degrees outside right now. overnight tonight, it will get very cold. but it's going to be less windy. that's the good news and your first two weather headlines here. sunday looks really nice. but there is that possibility of rain for santa as he's making his deliveries, right now it's 40-degrees in downtown d.c.. 41 annapolis and 39 easton but a lot of folks are in the lower 30s like cumberland 32. hagerstown 34 and mid 30s in leesburg and frederick and gaithersburg also at 36 degrees. check out the windchills it feels like 23 in couple bier land right now. -- cumberland. it feels like 26 in gaithersburg. feels like 28 degrees at andrews. the windchill will continue to be a factor overnight tonight but the winds themes are going to settle down. when you get really cold even the slightest breeze gives awe windchi
michael kehoe and captain joe rios arrived at sandy hook elementary within minutes of the call. >> we needed to break into the school to get in because the back doors are secured. >> reporter: how did you get it open? >> broke out the window. >> reporter: it was quiet, and the halls were empty. chief kehoe searched sandy hook elementary room by room. >> with the rooms locked, that means the teachers had done their job, locked their doors and hid their children from danger. so we went around the building to the front of the building. >> reporter: tell me about that. >> there was a very tragic observation on all parts because then you could see the carnage that was present. >> reporter: when you saw what was in that classroom, what went through your mind? >> i was devastated, absolutely devastated. i had no words. i felt a little bit of anger towards the person who had done this. >> reporter: did you think there was anyone there to save? >> no. >> reporter: as a first responder, how do you deal with that? >> well, you feel a sense of guilt that you weren't there quick enough to do that.
't want to raise a spoiled child. >> reporter: michael johnson wanted to teach his 12-year-old son alex a lesson. >> i think at that age took everything for granted. kids don't think about having a house, having a car. having a bed. having clothes. having food. >> reporter: so johnson made a batch of breakfast bur re: tos, put them in the truck and took his son and his friend luke to see where the homeless live another streets of san diego. >> i was like scared because i thought they were all criminals and drunks and like addicted to drugs. >> reporter: but what they found was something different. >> they would all be like god bless you, and we're like god bless you too. >> reporter: the boys now a group of seven have been making burritos and taking them to the streets every sunday morning for more than 100 weeks. >> they haven't stopped, since -- these guys are the bottom. >> they have a lot of heart. report around here they are now known simply as the burrito boys. >> they're like water really proud of you guys for doing that, and it really feet good. >> thank you, brother. >> reporte
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